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Soldier Canyon Fire Update. FINAL UPDATE

Soldier Canyon Fire – Final Information Update – June 15, 2018   Jurisdiction: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Mescalero Apache Reservation Date/Time Detected: 6/7/2018 3:00 pm Location: Soldier Canyon. 1 Mile North of the town of Mescalero Firefighting Resources: 271 Personnel total. 5 Type-1 Hotshot Crews, 2 Type-2 Hand Crew, 2 Camp Crews, 1 Type-1 Helicopter, […]

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Soldier Canyon Fire Update 6/14/18 10:30 AM

Soldier Canyon Fire Morning Update – June 14, 2018   Jurisdiction: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Mescalero Apache Reservation Date/Time Detected: 6/7/2018 3:00 pm Location: Soldier Canyon. 1 Mile North of the town of Mescalero Firefighting Resources: 293 Personnel total. 6 Type-1 Hotshot Crews, 2 Type-2 Hand Crew, 2 Camp Crews, 1 Type-1 Helicopter, 1 Type-2 […]

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Westhall 2 fire

Arabela, NM. Detected:  July 24, 2016                            Cause: Lightning Containment: 95 %                                     Location: South and East of Arabela, NM Fuel Type:  desert fire with grass and shrub   Final Size:  3339 acres Summary: Tuesday the Pecos Zone Type 3 Team has continued with monitoring, patrol and mop-up operations on the Westhall 2 fire which is minimal and smoldering. With […]

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Westhall 2 Fire

WESTHALL 2 FIRE-The Pecos Zone Type 3 Team was ordered to Arabela, NM, located on the east end of the Capitan Mountains. The lightening started, Westhall 2 fire was at 1500 acres and is located South and East of Arabela. The fire area is high desert with shrubs, grass and cactus. The current size is at 3339 […]

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Coyote –update

The transition from the Pecos Type 3 Team to the Type 4 Team was this morning at the 0600 briefing. The team, led by Rob Winkler, will remain on the incident until further notice. Closeout for the Pecos Type 3 Team will be held 1300 at the Permian Basin Regional Training Center/Eddy County Fire Service. […]

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Coyote Fire–update

Today, precipitation continued, firefighting crews were persistent in monitoring, patrolling and securing the lines of the Coyote Fire. The remaining personnel are working in support of the overall mission to achieve the turn back standards set forth by the Park. “We are completing containment lines around the unburned islands of fuel left in the interior. […]

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Coyote Fire Update: Light, steady rains hamper fire growth

May 18, 2016 by lwallace Pecos Type 3 Team, under the leadership of Tom Barta, resumed operations of the Coyote Fire Tuesday,May 17, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. The Coyote Fire has slowed due to a storm that produced light, steady rains and cooler temperatures. Today, temperatures are predicted to be a maximum of 55 degrees with 60-70% […]

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